Trippie Redd is “Too Fly” in new music video
The song originally appeared on his ‘Pegasus’ project
Not too long after he shared his latest project, Trippie Redd has returned to gift fans with an official visual for “Too Fly.” The new music video, directed by longtime collaborator Aidan Cullen, shows the rapper alone in a forest at night, dressed as a voodoo doll, as fires blaze around him as he raps his verse:
Murakami on my body, I pop Oxys, not no ollies. King of the Hill, father figure, just like Hank, swear to Bobby. Speakin’ of hills, I keep me a Tommy. Bitch, I’m a Don, but don’t call me Donny. We got them rounds, we shoot at your body. She fuck around, she off of the molly. I just popped a Percocet, heard you hatin’, is it workin’ yet? I’m so up, you so upset, I’m so up, a homage check. I’m so up, Obama check, bitch,
In October, Trippie Redd unveiled his third studio album Pegasus, which boasts 26 tracks and assists from PARTYNEXTDOOR, Chris Brown, Rich The Kid, Young Thug, Future, Quavo, Busta Rhymes, Lil Wayne, Swae Lee, and more. The project was well-received, debuting at the number two spot on the Billboard 200 thanks to 60,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. Trippie Redd also recently shared new visuals for “Love Scars 4” and “Weeeeee,” and assisted Stalley on his Speak No Blue project and linked up Luh Kel for his “Feen” video.
In a previous interview with REVOLT, Trippie explained why he makes his songs for others more often than he makes songs for just himself:
The songs that I make don’t really apply to my life. I make them for other people… I’m just trying to go through different vibes. I don’t want to make the same shit… it’s hard to explain. It [gets] hard in the studio trying to come up with different concepts… You [have to] put yourself in other people’s shoes or surround yourself [with] people who…can put a different type of vibe in [your] mind. I go off of other people’s energy. I make my songs ultimately for people to relate to them, and that’s a concept everybody can relate to.
Watch Trippie Redd’s newest music video for “Too Fly” down below.